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B. Stevens et al.:

 Earth Virtualization Engines (EVE)

(Earth System Science Data. Vol 16, Nr. 4, pages 2113-2122, Apr. 2024)

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To manage Earth in the Anthropocene, new tools, new institutions, and new forms of international cooperation will be required. Earth Virtualization Engines is proposed as an international federation of centers of excellence to empower all people to respond to the immense and urgent challenges posed by climate change.




  author={Bjorn Stevens et al.},
  title={{Earth Virtualization Engines (EVE)}},
  journal={Earth System Science Data},